Microsoft announce support for Ubuntu on Windows 10 at its Build conference.
Microsoft has partnered with Canonical, the parent company of Ubuntu, reports ZDNet. As a result of the collaboration, Microsoft announce on Wednesday that users will be able to run Ubuntu on Windows 10. The report follows recent speculation about users getting the option to run Bash shell on Windows 10. ZDNet claims that the collaboration between the two giants will bring "more than just that."
The report further claims that users won't be running Ubuntu in a virtual machine, a suite that allows users to run an operating system on top of another operating system as if it was an application. Microsoft Will utilise the recently introduced Linux subsystems to run Ubuntu on Windows 10.
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